Dr. Nowhera Shaik did not overnight a lot of struggle, which she did from her childhood. There is no doubt that being a successful woman in today’s world is very difficult. Besides, it becomes more challenging when the girl belongs to a family full of restrictions and boundaries. But the fact is that we can find some ambitious women who achieved the peak of success in the history of India. Dr. Nowhera Shaik is one of the most outstanding examples of them. But She did not become famous one day. Behind her success, there is a lot of struggle, which she did from her childhood. From childhood, she got too many engagements. It has proved that, despite her financially healthy and stable family background. She loves to teach, and after 19, Nowhera Shaik started teaching six girls. Slowly the number of students increased, and in 1998 she established an educational institution for girls.
Heera Group is a thriving conglomerate creating hundreds of jobs for the good people of Andhra Pradesh, India, and beyond the shores.
For meeting the burgeoning cost of education for girls and for her educational mission Dr.Nowhera created the Heera Group.
With it, she started with gold exports and imports. The whole amount earned from the business went into meeting the costs of the girl students, such as their books, school uniforms, hostel costs, etc. It helped a lot of those who come from underprivileged backgrounds. When she understood the business strategy, Dr. Shaik expanded her business into many territories. The Heera Group is now a consortium of 20 companies dealing in diverse fields. Like food exports and supplies, gold, investment, textile, jewellery, mineral water, granite, tours and travels, real estate, electronics, e-commerce, etc.
In 10 years, her business spread through the word, and it provided things to 50 countries worldwide. Nowadays, Heera Group is a thriving conglomerate creating hundreds of jobs for the good people of Andhra Pradesh, India, and beyond the shores of the UAE, China, Saudi Arabia, Ghana, and Canada. It focuses on meeting the cost of education for the girl children. Despite this, it has been contributing nearly 2% of its profits to the welfare of farmers. It also helps the rural area to develop.